VacSweep360 Hose Sucked Into Vacuum Tube

Why is the Polaris Vac-Sweep 360 hose sucked into the vacuum tube?

Does the hose of your Polaris Vac-Sweep 360 keep getting sucked into the vacuum tube? There are a few things you can try to remedy this issue.

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Make Some Adjustments to Prevent the Sweep Hose From Getting Sucked Into the Vacuum Tube

First, see if the sweep hose is getting sucked up into the debris bag. If that’s the case, make sure the sweep hose scrubber is not blocking the opening at the end of the sweep hose.

If that doesn’t fix your issue, you can try adjusting the sweep hose on your Polaris 360 cleaner to have a gentler sweeping motion. To do this, simply tighten the screw to decrease the sweeping motion (loosening the screw has the opposite effect.)

Stop the Issue With Simple Adjustments

These two simple checks should help stop your Polaris Vac-Sweep 360 hose from being sucked into the vacuum tube.

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